Chairman’s Update – June 2020

Good afternoon, Cookhill!

As the country continues to be affected by the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic restrictions Cookhill Parish Council is working hard to continue with duties as much as is possible.

Parish Council Meetings

Parish Council meetings are being held via the Zoom app for the foreseeable future, to limit any possible spread of the virus. Meetings continue to take place on the second Tuesday of the month, with the Agenda published on the Wednesday prior to the meeting, here on the website, and also on the Parish noticeboards. If you would like to virtually attend one of the meetings please contact the clerk for the link.

Planning Applications 

Planning applications will still be reviewed, and site visits made, where the correct social distancing regulations can be safely maintained.

What’s On

The monthly What’s On magazine is currently available online, please click here for more news from around the surrounding Parishes.

Astwood Bank Neighbours Group

The Parish Council would like to take this opportunity to thank the team at the Astwood Bank Neighbours Group who have been working tirelessly to help vulnerable members of the community with shopping, prescriptions and just giving lonely people someone to talk to. Their help is much appreciated.

For contact details click here.

Website Accessibility Regulations

Many people rely on the internet as a source of information on public services. Local councils already consider those with disabilities when organising events, delivering services and public meetings. Similarly, thought must be given to how accessible information is on council websites. Disabilities can have a significant impact on how a person can access information online, so local councils must make their websites as accessible as possible. Even making small adjustments to a website can have a considerable effect.

The Parish Council have assessed their website for accessibility and installed software to enable everyone to successfully navigate the site. You can read our Accessibility Statement in full here.

Contact the clerk

Remember that if you have something you would like brought to the attention of the Parish Council you can always contact the clerk on 07584 687283 or via email info@cookhillparishcouncil.com

 

Councillor Bob Pinfield – Chairman to the Parish Council.

Chairman’s Update – January 2019

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to all our residents, living in Cookhill and the surrounding area.

We have had a mild winter so far with only a few frosty starts! The Parish Council gritter is on hand should the temperatures plummet so we shouldn’t have too many problems with slippery roads in Cookhill!

Elections 2019

As 2019 is an election year for local Councils this could be your chance to get involved with your community as a member of Cookhill Parish Council.

To find out more about becoming a Parish Councillor and to see how you can get involved click here or contact the clerk for more information.

Computer Club

The Parish Computer Club and Internet Cafe is back up and running after the Christmas break. The club, run by the clerk, is held on a Wednesday morning from 10 till 12 in the Cookhill Village Hall rear meeting room.

Please come along if you feel like a little extra assistance when using your laptops and tablets and if you fancy meeting like-minded local people. There is tea and biscuits too!

If you would like more information about the club you can call in to the Village Hall on a Wednesday morning to meet everyone or you can call the clerk on 07584 687 283.

Contact the clerk

Remember that if you have something you would like brought to the attention of the Parish Council you can always contact the clerk on 07584 687283 or via email info@cookhillparishcouncil.com

Councillor Bob Pinfield – Chairman to the Parish Council.